False memories result from persistent beliefs, suggestions via authority figures, or statements of false information.
They are true/false statements, as would mean false.
False negatives and false positives are significant issues in medical testing.
The ninth commandment (alphabets 354-362) discusses all kinds of false witnesses, including false prophets.
Pseudo-mythology should not be confused with the term "false mythology" in the derogatory meanings of "false beliefs" or "false/fabricated stories".
Mithyātva is an important concept on false knowledge in Jainism. The Jaina scholar Hemachandra defined mithyātva as "belief in false divinities, false gurus and false scriptures".
Polage showed that some participants exposed to false news stories would go on to have false memories.
The common false moray, false moray, grey reef eel, or plain false moray, ("Kaupichthys diodontus"), is an eel in the family Chlopsidae.
"Siphonaria gigas", common name the giant false limpet, is a species of air-breathing sea snail or false limpet, a marine pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Siphonariidae, the false limpets.
When all inputs are false, the output is false.
"Sorbaria sorbifolia", the false spiraea, is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae.
Serious issues arise when recovered but false memories result in public allegations; false complaints carry serious consequences for the accused.
Another possible case sets P as false and Q as true. Thus, P∧Q is false and P→(P∧Q) is false; false→false is true.
While false memory research is still in early development, the application of FTT in false memory has been able to apply to real world settings; FTT has been effective in explaining multiple phenomena of false memory.
The false positive rate (or "false alarm rate") usually refers to the expectancy of the false positive ratio, expressed by [...].
Another example is Dunn's 4-valued logic, in which "false" < "neither-true-nor-false" < "true" and "false" < "both-true-and-false" < "true", while "neither-true-nor-false" and "both-true-and-false" are not comparable.
Truth tables for if-then statements identify four unique combinations of premises and conclusions: true premises and true conclusions; false premises and true conclusions; true premises and false conclusions; false premises and false conclusions.
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